Finally, a dating site for singles who know how to get a life! Well, an afterlife. Okay, maybe some sort of in-between, nether-world, ethereal existence. But if you’re looking for love, and you’re dead, Ghost Singles is the site for you. Dozens* of singles have already joined, and the singles’ chat is available 24/7 for your enjoyment. This is a free dating site, if you qualify, so don’t hesitate! Join today!
Please note: no marriages have ever materialized from Ghost Singles. Relationships, sure, but seriously, have you ever tried getting a priest to solemnify your unholy union? So don’t bank on finding your spouse - just your match for eternity. Chat, date, and have fun with other post-life singles.
Also, we don’t accept the undead or living dead - no zombies or vampires!
Final note: if you’re mortal, this isn’t the dating site for you. No offense. Upon request, we can recommend some online singles sites for the living.
All eight hundred of the little creatures are clambering over each other, crawling up a very tall beer stein. Any gardener knows beer attracts and kills snails. But the sculpture (left) is called “Schwarmerei,” German for “enthusiasm,” the enthusiasm of crowds.
Adrian Glick Kudler, curbed.com
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